The following is just a small sample of what our members have to say about their experiences with Strathmore's Who's Who.
09 September 2010
My name is Marcelo Viera DaSilva, and I am the founder of The Human Nature & Tomorrow's Society Institute. I have been a member of Strathmore's Who's Who for about three years. When I was first contacted by Strathmore's Who's Who I was a little leery and skeptical. To make a long story short, I didn't believe I was going to get anything out of this except my name in a book and a wall plaque. For the first year I did not do anything with it. One day a colleague of mine noticed my plaque on the wall and was amazed that I had been inducted into the publication. I couldn’t believe he knew who they were. About a month later I went online and started introducing myself to various people in the Education, Law, and Social Services industries. To my surprise other members were courteous, helpful and inspirational. I’ve made some really good friends, (including two mentors), a few business partners, and have become a business advisor to multiple companies. One important lesson I have learned from this is “never to judge a book by its cover,” (pun intended).
Marcelo Viera Dasilva
March 6, 2004
My gold plaque arrived today and I wish to thank you and those responsible for sending it. I am more than pleased with the appearance, the workmanship, and the plaque itself. Most of all I am honored to be a member of Strathmore’s Who’s Who and all it stands for.
Once again I thank you for the plaque and all it represents.
Dr. Jane Penelope Johnson is listed in the VIP section of Strathmore's Who's Who. She is one of ten Hall of Fame members for the month of April, 2005.
How grand! To be in a Who's Who edition, it has been said, one needs to have excellence and achievement in their own field of endeavor worthy of national or worldwide promotion for the betterment of humankind.
An example of that is a certain surgeon was listed in Strathmore's Who's Who and a patient was cured of a tumor of the ear after visiting his office and hospital in Los Angeles, California.
Talent, intellect, gifted, chosen to be included is only part of the explanation of Biographees picked for Strathmore's Who's Who.
They know vision, years of hard work, dedication, ongoing continued education and contributions to one's field of study and expertise is why and how people are chosen to be in these superior volumes.
Leaders are easily recognized and published. Dr. Jane Penelope Johnson believes her original poem published worldwide says it all:
A Might Leader
Does a leader step out front and other fall in behind Or does he line up last, pushing others toward their goal line
Is a leader born or is he made? Does he become a leader through long hard work or thinking and planning lying in the shade
If you are a leader, you know it. Don't tell others how to live, Show it! For it is the leaders gift to bring others up so that they can drink from life's Victory Cup!
Leaders are recognized and promoted by Strathmore's Who's Who, New York and thankfully Strathmore's Who's Who is a leader and a giant.
Thanks for all the information, the CV reads very well and AMAZINGLY NO ERRORS! In almost every case of interviews or reporting, I have been plagued by incompetent journalists and all sorts of stupid blunders made! Top of the class to you!!
I looked at your website and was surprised, as "Strathmore" means paper and Art to me and I thought that your publication would be something like an Art Newsletter. Wrong! It is a prestige job and I am extremely flattered to be included in its pages. Once again I thank you for the privilege.
Here's to Watercolour, BOB
Dear Mr. Farnsworth:
Thank you for the recent edition of Strathmore Who's Who and the plaque to hang in my office. I sincerely appreciate your attention to detail and the spirit of cooperation with your offices.
Your staff was especially helpful and pleasent in the final preperation of my entry in this years edition. Your organization is fortunate to have such dedicated personnel to assist in preparing such a superlative product.
Joseph J. Simmons IV
Deputy Assistant to the President and Director
White House Military Office
Dear Mr. Alan Farnsworth:
Just wanted to let you know that by using your last edition of Strahmore's Who's Who I was able to locate several old classmates I had lost track of.
So the publication is used for other things than just looking up your own name.
Tony M. Robinson
Coast Guard Employees Credit Union